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Gottlieb + Loyola: Advancing The Care
Loyola University Health System (LUHS) at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital is a 250-bed, not-for-profit, community hospital founded in 1961. After 50 years, Gottlieb has grown from one small building to a sprawling, 36-acre, university-affiliated, medical center in Melrose Park, located approximately 15 minutes west of downtown Chicago.
Gottlieb became a part of Loyola University Health System in July 2008. Our campus at Melrose Park features:
- Emergency Department and Level II Trauma Center with heliport
- Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center
- Sleep Lab and Diagnostic Center
- Birth Center with private labor/delivery/recovery rooms
- Mammography department with osteoporosis testing and educational programs
- Professional Office Building (connected to the hospital) that is home to about 100 physician offices, as well as Eye and Hearing Centers, Gift Shop, and retail Pharmacy
- Adult Day Center and the Rehab Services building (connected to the hospital) where outpatients go for Physical, Occupational and Speech therapies, Cardiac Rehab Phase II and Pulmonary Rehab
- Marjorie G. Weinberg Cancer Care Center
- Home Health Center and Hospice
The 250-bed hospital employs about 1,200 individuals, and has more than 300 physicians and dentists on staff, plus an additional 200 volunteers.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Gottlieb Memorial Hospital as high-performing in two specialties, orthopaedics and urology. Learn more about our rankings for Gottlieb and Loyola University Medical Center.
Great Medical Care Near You
No matter where you live or work in the western suburbs of Chicago, there's a Loyola or Gottlieb provider nearby. The health system has an extensive network of primary care practices and specialists throughout the area. Find where you're going in Locations and Directions.
Call (708) 450-DOCS or (708) 450-3627 to find a physician or make an appointment.